Paleozoic Pals cephalopod plush (Orthoceras) GS83
Paleozoic Pals cephalopod plush (ammonoid) GS82
Paleozoic Pals tetrapod plush (Tiktaalik) GS81
Paleozoic Pals placoderm plush (Dunkleosteus) GS80
Paleozoic Pals eurypterid plush (Pterygotus) GS79
Paleozoic Pals trilobite plush (Isotelus) GS78
Limestone owl GS77
Retro Dinosaur tote bag GS71

Whether you're heading out to your dig site, or spending the day at the office writing up your latest findings, this reversible bag has got you covered. Fill it up with field notes and reference guides and you're ready for everything the day has to throw at you. This sturdy canvas tote bag is reversible with a zipper pocket on the fall leaves orange side, or you can flip it around and wear it with the retro dinosaurs on the outside for all the world to see.

Geologic Time wine glass GS76

Here's an elegant stemless wine glass celebrating the geologic history of our planet. Get lost in the development and evolution of life throughout the eras while you enjoy a glass of wine from this Geologic Time Scale Wine Glass.

Triceratops Toy GS75

Triceratops was one of the last non-bird dinosaurs, living right up until the extinction event that occurred at the end of the Cretaceous Period around 66 million years ago. Since its discovery in 1889, numerous remains have been found including complete skeletons, making this one of the most well-known and understood dinosaurs. Examples of young, middle-aged and older Triceratops have been discovered. This Triceratops toy is 7 ¾ inches long and 4 ¼ inches tall at the tip of its horns, or about as long as the width of a standard sheet of paper. All Safari Ltd. products are Non-toxic and BPA free.

Allosaurus Toy GS74

Allosaurus was an apex predator during the late Jurassic Period, around 150 million years ago. During the “Bone Wars” of the late 1800s, early paleontologists were rushing to name as many species as possible, and so many early Allosaurus fossils were originally named something else. The eventual name that stuck, which means “different lizard” referred to the animal’s neck and back bones, which were unlike any other dinosaur known at the time. This Allosaurus toy is 9 ½ inches long and 3 ½ inches tall. All Safari Ltd. products are Non-toxic and BPA free.

2023 IGWS Calendar CAL2023

The 2023 annual Indiana Geological and Water Survey calendar, Giants Underfoot, is now available for in-store purchase. The American mastodon (Mammut americanum) was one of the most abundant Ice Age mammals in what is now the Midwest. Mastodon fossils have been found in every county in Indiana. Only in 2022, though, did the mastodon become Indiana's state fossil–approximately 10,000 years after mastodons went extinct. The 21- by 33-inch calendar is printed in full color on heavy poster paper. NOTE: Available for in-store purchase only at this time.

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